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That is probably the GVWR, meaning the max weight it's rated to carry. The GVW is most likely the actual weight empty which is another story. Normally the manufacturer provides this info in the MSO before title is applied for. Better find out what number they want, as there will be a 5000LB difference at least. All this info is plainly written in paper when you go to get plates and no need for you to know. F350 with 11,300 GVWR? Well things have gone up,up,up over the years. Mine is 9200.
1997 F350CC, 4x4, PSD Tipper pro kleenex open filter. Roggen 6" lift kit with 26" ratflex 12" offset tires. Downpipe cut and welded to adapt 3" into a 12" outlet. 12" muffler cut and adapted to 2", then a special turbo manifold from a volkswagon modified to flank out to 3" to the tail pipe. Interior from a Corvair modified by cutting 6" off the padding. Snize and snide 32gallon aux tank mounted in rear seat, rear seat relocated to bed. Bed shortened to 4ft.
Last edited by RonKZ650; 03-09-2013 at 12:11 AM.